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1 Meter Battery Powered RGB LED Strip with Wired Controller


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1 Meter Battery Powered RGB LED Strip with Wired Controller


Composed of 30 individual 5050 LEDs, the 1 meter RGB Battery Powered LED Strip is perfect for stage costumes and mobile kiosks among other things. This kit is super light, thanks to its micro wired controller and its small power module that only requires 3x AA batteries (not included with the kit). The LED RGB 1 meter Battery Powered kit offers you the possibility of choosing one of 20 static colors or to go all out and choose among one of 20 automatic color changing modes. And if you ever need to hide your power module, we have RGB extensions available just for that. Like all our LED RGB Strips kits, it is flexible and spill proof but differs in power consumption as it runs on 5 volts.

Dimension of the battery pack:

Length: 7cm
Width: 3.5cm
Hight: 2cm

Can this product be programmed to emulate a Cylon helmet light? ie Battle Star Galactica

Asked by lor | 10/19/2015, 07:44 | 1 answer(s)

I am planning to use this to line the inside of a picture frame and I was wondering what the width of the strip is?

Asked by Ivan | 05/04/2015, 21:21 | 1 answer(s)

Is there a flashing mode?

Asked by Richard | 03/10/2015, 23:46 | 1 answer(s)

Can you extend the life of the batteries with the larger battery pack you sell?

Asked by COLIN | 12/18/2014, 13:19 | 1 answer(s)

Oops -- I see in your description that this one runs on 5v. Please ignore my last question :).

Is this an IP68 rated (submersible) strip?


Asked by Brent | 07/27/2014, 19:06 | 1 answer(s)

can a 120 volt transformer be used, and if so what voltage and amperage, MilAmp ?

Asked by Ryan Montour | 09/13/2013, 17:22 | 1 answer(s)

I need these for Alabaster lights I sell. Do you have the battery powered 1 or 2 meter lengths with a wireless remote control??

Asked by Brock Coutts | 08/24/2013, 21:54 | 1 answer(s)

How long do the batteries last? (Assuming lights are to be left on continuously).

Asked by Rachael | 08/21/2013, 10:26 | 1 answer(s)